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    • ITV

    Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill

    1974

    Costume seen on Lee Remick as Jennie Churchill

    • Yorkshire Television (YTV)

    Raffles

    1975

    Costume seen on an extra

    • Yorkshire Television (YTV)

    Raffles

    1975

    Costume seen on an extra

    • BBC

    The Duchess of Duke Street: For Love or Money

    1976

    Costume seen on Gemma Jones as Louisa Trotter

    • ITV

    The Making of a Lady

    2012

    Costume seen on Lydia Wilson as Emily Fox Seton

    • BBC

    Ripper Street

    2014

    Costume seen on Lydia Wilson as Mimi Morton

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About the Costume

This pretty polka dot gown has undergone very few changes throughout its long history. It was first seen in 1974 on Lee Remick as Jennie Churchill in Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill. It was used the following year in 1975 in two episodes of Raffles. In 1976 the costume was recycled in an episode of The Duchess of Duke Street, entitled For Love or Money, where Gemma Jones wore it as Louisa Trotter. Eventually, in 2012, it was worn by Lydia Wilson as Emily Fox Seton in The Making of a Lady. Seton would wear the gown again in 2014 in Ripper Street, where she played Mimi Morton.

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Additional Images

About the Costume

This pretty polka dot gown has undergone very few changes throughout its long history. It was first seen in 1974 on Lee Remick as Jennie Churchill in Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill. It was used the following year in 1975 in two episodes of Raffles. In 1976 the costume was recycled in an episode of The Duchess of Duke Street, entitled For Love or Money, where Gemma Jones wore it as Louisa Trotter. Eventually, in 2012, it was worn by Lydia Wilson as Emily Fox Seton in The Making of a Lady. Seton would wear the gown again in 2014 in Ripper Street, where she played Mimi Morton.

This pretty polka dot gown has undergone very few changes throughout its long history. It was first seen in 1974 on Lee Remick as Jennie Churchill in Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill. It was used the following year in 1975 in two episodes of Raffles. In 1976 the costume was recycled in an episode of The Duchess of Duke Street, entitled For Love or Money, where Gemma Jones wore it as Louisa Trotter. Eventually, in 2012, it was worn by Lydia Wilson as Emily Fox Seton in The Making of a Lady. Seton would wear the gown again in 2014 in Ripper Street, where she played Mimi Morton.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Katie S.
  • Shrewsbury Lasses
Photos provided by:
Costume Designer:
  • Jane Robinson
  • Jill Silverside

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